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Stonebrook (1999)

PG-13 | | Drama, Thriller | 30 April 1999 (USA)
With the help of a friend of the family, 23-year-old Erik (Brad Rowe) gets a scholarship to the Ivy League-type school called Stonebrook. His dorm-mate (Seth Green) is a nerdy hacker named ... See full summary »

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Tali
William Mesnik ...
Oliver Franklin
Sheryl Chambers ...
Moll
Raymond Dooley ...
Rosewood
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Dardinell
Alan Sader ...
Mathis
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Maria
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Milo
Hank Troscianiec ...
Jake
J. Michael Hunter ...
Jim
Janell McLeod ...
Janis
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With the help of a friend of the family, 23-year-old Erik (Brad Rowe) gets a scholarship to the Ivy League-type school called Stonebrook. His dorm-mate (Seth Green) is a nerdy hacker named Cornelius. When his scholarship is yanked, the two of them team up to pull increasingly ambitious scams to keep him in tuition money, eventually crossing paths with mob boss Mr. Tali (Stanley Kamel). Written by Anonymous

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Rated PG-13 for some violence | See all certifications »
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The con job extends beyond the movie to grab the viewer.
15 April 1999 | by (Durham, N.C.) – See all my reviews

Con games are fun and we often look at them and wonder who can be so dumb!?!! In STONEBROOK, there are a number of con games which fill the bill, and there is some tension and drama that builds in the process. Seth Green is slick and Brad Rowe does some good work. Along the way is a bit of moralizing. Is love more important than money?? STONEBROOK is a step away from being super, but it's not a bad way to while away a summer afternoon.


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